Industrial training institute
Industrial Training Institutes and Industrial Training Centers are post-secondary schools in India constituted under Directorate General of Employment & Training (DGET), Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, Union Government to provide training in various trades.
Craftsmen Training Scheme (CTS)Edit
The Directorate General of Training (DGT) initiated Craftsmen Training Scheme in 1950. Training periods range from six months to two years in over 130 different specialties. Prerequisites for the courses range from 8th to 12th class pass. Upon completion of the training, trainees write the All India Trade Test (AITT). Successful candidates receive the National Trade Certificate (NTC).
Admission to the various trades is done every year in August. The admission procedure is started before the commencement of the new session. Sessions under this scheme starts from the 1st August. Under the NCVT guidelines admission in ITIs is made on merit based / written examination. Admission to the private ITIs are done directly.
Some trades under this scheme are listed below.
- Electronics mechanic
- Draughtsman (Civil)
- Draughtsman (Mechanical)
- Information Technology & E.S.M.
- Refrigeration & Air Condition
- Instrument Mechanic
- Mechanic Motor Vehicle
- Mechanic Radio & T.V.
- Tool & Die maker
Center of excellence (CoE)Edit
It consists of Multiskill Training in three parts as under:
- Training in Broad Based Basic Training (BBBT)*in Basic Skill Areas for a period of one year
- Training in Advanced Modules for next six months
- Training in Specialized Modules mainly in the industry
- this trade job not available nd no requirement any company this trade
Schemes/Courses for ITI pass outsEdit
Apprenticeship Training SchemeEdit
After completing ITI, tradesmen can undergo Apprenticeship training in different industries. The Scheme is implemented by Directorate General of Training under Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship with the objective that "Training imparted in Institutions alone is not sufficient for acquisition of skills and needs to be supplemented by training in the actual work place."
Duration for Apprenticeship training is generally one year for those appeared in ITI final exam, i.e. AITT. For freshers usually it takes three years. During the training trainees are paid stipend on monthly basis.
Lateral Entry to Polytechnic Diploma EngineeringEdit
Polytechnics approved by AICTE offer engineering courses for 3 years duration through an entrance exam known with different name in different states (JEXPO in West Bengal, JEEP in Uttarakhand, JEECUP in Uttar Pradesh, CG PPT in Chandigarh etc.). After the completion of the course candidates are awarded with diploma in different disciplines.Those who have passed minimum 2 years ITI course with National Trade Certificate are given an opportunity to go for a Lateral entry directly to the 2nd year of the Polytechnic diploma course. Entrance exam known as VOCLET is conducted every year for this purpose along with the JEXPO.
- "Armed with technical edge, poor students land a job". The Times of India. 12 September 2011. Retrieved 12 September 2011.
- Centre of Excellence (COE Automobile) www.itirohtak.com
- INDUSTRIAL TRAINING INSTITUTES: PROVIDING TRAINING FOR EMPLOYMENT www.employmentnews.gov.in
- "Overview: Directorate General of Training (DGT)". National Informatics Centre, Government of India. Retrieved 1 September 2016.
- Guideline on admission to the Diploma courses in Polytechnic webscte.org